Countering violent extremism

  title={Countering violent extremism},
  author={Mohamed Bin Ali},
  journal={Countering Insurgencies and Violent Extremism in South and South East Asia},
  • Mohamed Bin Ali
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Countering Insurgencies and Violent Extremism in South and South East Asia
Contributing Authors: Lt. Gen John N. “Jack” Shanahan, Ziad Alahdad, Latéfa Belarouci, Cheryl Benard, Kurt Braddock, William Casebeer, Steve Corman, Paul Davis, Karl DeRouen, Diane DiEuliis, Evelyn Early, Alexis Everington, Dipak Gupta, Tawfik Hamid, John Horgan, Qamar-ul Huda, Eric Larson, Anthony Lemieux, Robert Nill, Paulina Pospieszna, Tom Rieger, Marc Sageman, Anne Speckhard, Troy Thomas, Lorenzo Vidino 

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